June 21, 2017

Inhale The Grace, Exhale The Guilt

Natalie Mott reflects on a time when her 18 year old daughter, Jada, was young. Jada had spilled a cup of juice all over the bathroom floor and Natalie, after instructing her to clean it up, watched her child wipe up the liquid as best […]
October 30, 2017

Getting On The Ground

As the number of houses that need mucking will eventually decline, unwavering servants for Bayou City Relief continue to press in to the relief needs in our city finding gaps and filling them.  Bayou City Fellowship has received volunteers from all over the country, coming […]
October 30, 2017

Overwhelming Grace – Recovering from Hurricane Harvey

Jason and Aimee Norris were one of thousands of families across the Texas Gulf Coast that lost their belongings and the safety of their home to Hurricane Harvey. This is their story of hope beyond devastation. “When people from the church showed up and they […]
October 30, 2017

Jesus In The Flesh

“In the 5th Ward, unlike Memorial area, the water left right after the rain stopped but there’s been no one coming in until recently so that means [over] two weeks in there’s no one going in and mucking these houses. When I first heard that […]
October 30, 2017

Mean Green Serving Machines

Head coach of the University of North Texas Mean Green basketball team and prior college roommate to Robbie Seay, Grant McCasland, brought his whole team down to Houston to serve at a donation distribution set up at Bear Creek Elementary this Saturday. Coach McCasland and […]
October 30, 2017

Handing Out Hope

Today, Bayou City Relief Crews again entered Houston’s 5th Ward subdivision, Kashmere Gardens. This area of the city contains some of Houston’s most low income citizens and was hard hit during Hurricane Harvey. A large group of volunteers set up tables and tents in the […]